Japan's Nikkei share average edged down on Tuesday amid brewing U.S.-Iran tensions and with a stronger yen weighing on exporters, but losses were limited ahead of a G20 summit, which could determine near-term risk appetite direction. The Nikkei ended the morning session down 0.21% at 21,241.28. U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese Xi Jinping are expected to discuss trade issues on the sidelines of the June 28-29 G20 summit in Japan. The meeting is the first face-to-face meeting for the leaders since trade talks broke down in May, leading to a hike in U.S. tariffs on imports of Chinese...

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Asian stocks were mixed as materials and energy companies rose, while consumer equities declined. Hong Kong shares extended a record-breaking winning streak while Japanese stocks slid for a second day as the yen continued to strengthen against the dollar. About seven stocks fell for every five that gained in the MSCI Asia Pacific Index, which rose 0.3 percent to 180.87 as of 4:46 p.m....

Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index ended trading at a record high on Friday, after rising for 14 consecutive days in the longest ever winning streak that reflects sustained investor optimism even after a bumper 2017. Market sentiment was buoyed by signs of concerted global economic recovery, as well as a resurgence in index heavyweight Tencent, which jumped about 3 percent. At close of trade, the...

European stocks moved higher on Friday morning as investors digested new earnings and data. The pan-European Stoxx 600 opened 0.1% higher at 397.76 with most sectors moving in positive territory. The euro was trading 0.1 percent higher against the dollar at $1.2044 at about 6.20 a.m. London time. The common currency jumped Thursday following a hawkish report from the European Central Bank, in...

China stocks managed to look past soft trade data and end the week higher on Friday, with the benchmark Shanghai index up for the 11th straight session on strong gains in consumer and financial firms. Chinas exports and imports growth slowed in December after unexpectedly surging the previous month, adding to signs of ebbing economic growth as the government extended a crackdown on financial...

Tokyo stocks fell on Friday as a higher yen weighed on the market, while investors were also cautious ahead of the release of US inflation figures. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index lost 0.24 percent or 56.61 points to close at 23,653.82, while the broader Topix index was down 0.63 percent or 11.85 points at 1,876.24. Source : AFP

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